EXPO 2000 - Hannover (18.07. and 29.07. - 02.08.2000)

Twice the ensemble "GuitArt" was invited - together with a foreign ensemble, (this is condition for an appearance) - to play at the EXPO 2000. As foreign ensemble participated the excellent choir of the Tschaikowsky Music College from Simferopol (Ukraine / Krim). This contact goes back to the already repeated visit of "GuitArt" on Crimea.

At the concerts, "GuitArt" premiered the ensemble-composition "Three Misunderstandings on F. S.", written by the known German guitarist Wulfin Lieske as a particular repertoire-highlight.

At this occasion, the SWR - radio (Kurpfalzradio) did interviews and record the rehearsals.

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Dates: (also click here)

  Steinbach rehearsel - weekend in a youthhostle
18.07.2000 Hannover EXPO 2000
25.07.-03.08. Heidelberg Choir of theTschaikowsky - Music College, Simferopol is guest of the Musik.- und Singschule Heidelberg and of Ensemble "GuitArt"
29.07.-02.08. Hannover EXPO 2000

several 30-minute performances and a whole concert on 30th

30.07.2000 Hannover EXPO 2000, concert, together with an Ukrainean choire

 

Repertoire 2000:

 

Antonio Vivaldi   Concerto D-major for guitar and ensemble
Wulfin Lieske   Three Misunderstandings
Claude Debussy   Golliwogg's Cakewalk
Roland Boehm   Fiesta
John Patrick Plankenhorn   It's Time We Be Getting Our Own Smell
Michael Prätorius   Three dances
Richard Charlton   5 Impromptus
Werner Heider   Edition
Manuel de Falla ( 1876 - 1946) The Miller's Dance
  Lennon/McCartney   Eleanor Rigby

 

 

The women's choire of the Tschaikowsky - Music - College of Simferopol (Crimea, Ukraine)

The chiore was founded 1991 by its artistic leader and conductress Helena Prokopetz. A vivid concert - activity, broudcast- and TV - appearances, prove it's high quality.

The vast repertoire includes works of all musical epoques, sacred music of renaissance and baroque as well as modern music, jazz and russian folklore. But the main focus is on the works of the great russian romantic composers of the 19th century.

Some contemporary works were dedicated to and premiered by this choire.

Competition - Awards:

1995 1. International Choire - Competition of Moldavia in Moldawien, 1st Price

1997 International Competition in Bulgaria 2nd Price

1998  5th International Competition of Sacred Music, Odessa, Ukraine 1st Price

The conductress Helena Prokopetz studied until 1981 at the   Tschaikowski - Music College and afterwards at the conservatories of Kiew und Odessa. Since 1991 she is conductress of the women's choire and head of the choire - department of the Music College in Simferopol. Apart from her artistic qualifications she has been awarded "supreme category" for her pedagogical abilities.


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